Leon Hotel

‘Tang’s Noodle’ Joins the Leon Hotel on Canal Street

Posted December 15, 2017 at 5:11 am

Chinatown has another noodle shop to its name. Coming soon to the four-year-old Leon Hotel is Tang’s Noodle. If the signage is to be believed, this is the first stateside restaurant for the import. Build-out of the small ten-table establishment had been underway since summertime. And it’s not to be confused with the new hotpot […]

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‘Be Hotel’ Born Again as the ‘Leon Hotel’ on Canal Street

Posted February 20, 2015 at 5:10 am

With a name like “Be,” there was no way the hotel could stand apart from the crowded downtown scene. It was an SEO nightmare and, frankly, a terrible name. Guess the year-old lodge at 125 Canal Street had a change of heart. Yes, the artist formerly known as Be is now called the “Leon Hotel.” […]

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Architect Michael Kang Brings ‘Be Hotel’ to 125 Canal Street

Posted February 13, 2014 at 5:17 am

For fifteen years, Grand Sichuan reigned supreme at the base of the Manhattan Bridge. Hot pot fans mourned its closure in the spring of 2012, but held out hope that it might return. At the time, an outgoing message from the restaurant announced that the joint would reopen later that fall. That was not to […]

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